Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and, of course, romance is in the air.

It always seems that around this time of year, love surveys are taken.  There are all sorts of questions, including this one.  What is the quality most important in a romantic relationship?

TouchTunes took their third annual Love Survey, and found that the quality most important in a romantic relationship had nothing to do with chocolate, sexy lingerie or candlelight dinners.

Forty-six percent of the survey’s respondents said honesty and trust were the traits they valued most in a partner. Twenty-seven percent answered bedroom skills, followed by sense of humor (17 percent) and money in the bank (10 percent.)

What about you?  What trait do you look for?